Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 100

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General Product Information

What are Wi-Fi profile exclusions and why are they used?FAQs
Frequently asked questions on the firmware license for Linux*FAQs
What is IEEE* 802.1X and how does it relate to security?FAQs
Why do WLAN products operate at different frequency ranges?FAQs
Hotspot informationFAQs
What are IEEE* 802.11 Wi-Fi open and shared authentication?FAQs
What is the WiMAX and Wi-Fi relationship?FAQs
What is Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (MIMO)?FAQs
What is multipath?FAQs
What are the different features supported by Intel® Wi-Fi adapters?FAQs
What are the recommended settings for 802.11n connectivity?FAQs
What is Intel® My WiFi Technology (Intel® MWT)?FAQs
What wireless security settings can I use with Intel® My WiFi Technology?FAQs
What are the different Wi-Fi protocols and data rates?FAQs
What are the supported Wi-Fi channels for IEEE* 802.11n 40 MHz?FAQs
What is the definition of 'Stealth Mode' relative to an Access Point?FAQs
What is new in the latest Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software release?FAQs
How does wireless diversity work?FAQs
How many devices can be simultaneously connected using Intel® My WiFi TechnologyFAQs
How does MIMO use multiple antennas to improve performance?FAQs
Intel® Wireless TroubleshooterFAQs
Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software WiFi Connection Utility featuresFAQs
802.1x overview and EAP typesFAQs
Could you explain 64-bit and 128-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)?FAQs
Understanding IEEE* 802.11 Authentication and AssociationFAQs
Does my Intel® wireless adapter support UEFI?FAQs
Do I need to upgrade firmware on my Intel® WiFi or WiMAX adapters?FAQs
IEEE* 802.11n statusFAQs
Does Intel® My WiFi Technology share Internet access with connected devices?FAQs
Intel® PROSet/Wireless Software connection status and network iconsFAQs
Wi-Fi network profilesFAQs
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Performance Optimization & Use

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